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FREE EVENT: TMSIDK, Salon # 6: Noteworthy Statues in Washington, D.C.

FREE EVENT: Walking Tour of Ft. Washington - (live event - not virtual)

FREE EVENT: A Legacy of Liberators: Hispanic Heroes along Virginia Avenue

Member Meeting - Videoconference, November 10

FREE EVENT: Story Circle - Veterans' Day

FREE EVENT: Interpretation Workshop

Jefferson Memorial
Why hire a Guild tour guide? Learn from Guild Certified Master Guide David Elliot as he enlightens visitors about the drafting of the U.S. Declaration of Independence and its historic impact on the world.
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       Washington, DC ATTRACTIONS
Learn about DC's popular attractions, and the Smithsonian Institution's museums and galleries, by visiting their website links. Research the attractions that interest you most, then work with one of our guides to plan a tour to see as many places as your time allows.

Take Me to the Links!
Visit the estate of George and Martha Washington, located along the banks of the Potomac River, just a short drive from DC. Visit on your own or hire one of our certified guides to enhance your visit. Click here to hire a guide.
Plan Your Visit to Mount Vernon
With sweeping views of the Potomac River, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is a living memorial to John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 35th President of the United States. The Center features world-class performing artists and delivers powerful arts education and outreach nationwide, including daily programs on the Millennium Stage. The Center’s website invites viewing of a wide selection of past events, along with a schedule of planned performances.
Explore the Kennedy Center